It is really not surprising that the constipated freak, Steve Malorie, and the other useless empty barrels behind the Africa Watch Magazine are soon heading to court in what may well turn out to be the last nail in their coffin as Honourable Minister for Foreign Affairs, Shirley Ayorkor Botchway, is set to strip them naked in a law suit that will surely spin their heads and make them speak to their ancestors in tongues yet ever unheard!
Allegations are rife that Steve Malorie’s conscience was bought by former President John Dramani Mahama, when the NDC was in power. It was also said that this former President had acquired the said Magazine in whole or in part. That should not surprise anyone given the rubbish that is continuously hurled at His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo, a man of valour, integrity, and more honour than their whole pedigree may achieve right from their ancestry until way into the future.
With their office at Kaneshie, the Africa Watch Magazine continues to enjoy the peace that Ghana’s democracy brings, albeit NDC sponsored journalists and hooligans continue to agitate. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, headed by Hon Shirley Ayorkor Botchway, had in no way committed any acts of fraud or any sort of transaction with the intent to defraud the State or drag the government of President Nana Akufo-Addo’s hard earned reputation into opprobrium.
Do the idiots behind Africa Watch Magazine know how much it costs to pitch an Embassy in a country as Norway? First of all, in a place like Oslo, properties are valued by professional entities that submit to the rules of the profession. Unlike in Ghana where valuers allegedly take a chunk of cash against falsifying figures, countries like Norway have established systems that will not accommodate such unethical practices. Gradually under Akufo-Addo we are getting to that level of professionalism!
It is not as if Ghana was establishing an Embassy in Polynesia or Melanesia. This is Norway folks! Besides, maybe the idea to buy was impromptu, I am just saying, but sometimes important things assume priority status depending on the situation and the circumstance. Besides, has Ablakwa soon forgotten how many people it takes to man an Embassy of such strategic relevance? Well, Okudzeto Ablakwa has no moral right to speak to issues of corruption since he is alleged to have bought many properties, over 50 long vehicle articulated trucks, fuel stations dotted all over the country in the eight years that NDC was in Power, brought in by Prof Atta-Mills as a novice directly out of university. What is worse is that he did not find the need for accountability by President John Mahama for allegedly purchasing hotels and other properties in Dubai and elsewhere as he globetrotted for personal gains, and not for GOD and country.
Africa Watch Magazine must sit up and refrain from their sleazy squirmy nauseating propaganda especially that Steve Malorie is stinking all the way to hell. He once wrote the dirtiest piece about the health of then candidate Nana Akufo-Addo in 2016, which I found insalubrious, disgusting, iniquitous, and vexatious! Then I voiced the opinion of the large majority of Ghanaians about the need for John Mahama to submit to an HIV test in public based on wild stories of his extra-marital affairs. For this and the book that I published, “59 Years to Nowhere and Counting…the future is now,” I went to jail captured by a whole NDC machinery manned by notorious NDC villains.
Today, babies with sharp teeth and faggots of reproachful characters like Okudzeto Ablakwa, supported by convulsive liars carrying a stench worse than the flatus of an over-bloated buffalo are taking their holier-than-thou attitude to unprecedented levels of hypocrisy. Have Okudzeto Ablakwa, Steve Malorie, and others questioned the needless purchase of a software for SSNIT at a criminally absurd price of over 80 million US Dollars by Joshua Alabi and his CEO, as alleged?
It baffles me to hear people who should be at the firing squad speak to innocent issues as if they have arrogated to themselves deity status. I will fight with Hon Shirley if she lets go of the law suit. I have been waiting for long to hear such melodious news as stripping the Africa Watch Magazine naked in court, even though our stomachs will churn at the sight of their unholy shame! Go Shirley Go, strip them naked. Me ta woakye paa!
By Fadi Dabbousi
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